Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Town"

The meaning of "Town" in various phrases and sentences

Q: “paint the town beige” in 169 ne anlama geliyor?
A: This is a joke or maybe poetry. It is certainly a metaphor.

"paint the town red" = "go out at night and have a lot of fun, going to bars and generally making noise or mischief, having a lot of excitement"

Red is a bright and loud color. Beige is a softer and quieter color. It is more boring. So "paint the town beige" = "go out at night, but don't do anything interesting". Beige is a neutral color, so it can also mean "go out at night, doing only the same thing that we usually do when we go out, and nothing special."
Q: town over ne anlama geliyor?
A: It’s a place that you live “I live in a small town.” “I heard that it’s a very small town” “Let’s go to the next town over” Hope this helped! Let me know if you need more examples =)
Q: get into town ne anlama geliyor?
A: A town is a type of settlement (city, village) in the UK we use town as if we mean the city centre or where the bars/shops are.
"are you coming into town for a drink (alcohol)". hope this helps
Q: I’ve been out of town and just a little over my head with things. ne anlama geliyor?
A: @IrinaVB: it means that person is out of town and is very busy.
Q: We can paint the town in blue ne anlama geliyor?
A: Hey Lina, well there is a deeper meaning with painting the town in some color :) Typically you would paint it red when celebrating/partying etc. I believe that blue is looked as being serious or to take action. But it depends on that the text is. They might just refer to actually painting the town blue :-)

Example sentences using "Town"

Q: got to town ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: I'm not sure if you meant to ask about "go to town" or "got to town."

The term "go to town" means to do something enthusiastically. For example.

1. I went to town on my dinner last night.
2. She decided to go to town, ending up redecorating the whole house.
3. That DJ really goes to town at his shows.
Q: out of town
back in town ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: out of town;
I was out of town on an assignment.

He's out of town on business.

He was out of town last week.

He expected to have seen her before he went out of town.

I was out of town on vacation.

I'm going to be out of town for a few days

back in town:

are you back in town?

he's finally back in town

we know that mark is back in town.

I heard franzine's back in town

We think Theo may be back in town.

guess who's back in town?

Q: loose on the town ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: I had errands to do around town.
Q: new in town ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: There aren't really many other ways to use it, and if there are, they aren't used often.

Synonyms of "Town" and their differences

Q: which town do you live in? ve what town do you live in? arasındaki fark nedir?
A: "Which" is like picking from options. "What" is more general, not necessarily referring to picking among options.

In this case, both expressions work.
Q: town ve city arasındaki fark nedir?
A: A city is a large town, or a town with a cathedral. Normally, the only difference is size (a city is bigger).
Q: town hall ve city hall arasındaki fark nedir?
A: La diferencia es el lugar.
Son la misma cosa pero un pueblo ("town") es más pequeño que una ciudad ("city").
Q: town ve city arasındaki fark nedir?
A: A city is bigger in population and number of buildings than a town. Cities also have larger buildings. Skyscrapers are in cities, but not in towns. Cities may also have more public transportation systems than towns. A town may have busses but not a subway system.
You can also use the term "small town" to describe a place with a very small population. Small towns are usually more rural.
Q: "to be in the town" ve "to be in town" arasındaki fark nedir?
A: to be in town, is a fixed phrase. It means you are there temporarily, and will go back to your home (another city/town) later. Also, for some reason, it doesn't matter if the location is a huge city, it is always "in town".

Examples:
Friend = Los Angeles
You = San Francisco

You: Hey, I'll be in town next Monday. Do you have time to get lunch? (you are going to LA)
Friend: No, sorry! I'll be out of town that day. (not in LA)

It is not natural to say "be in THE town" without other words.

I will...
...be in the town next to NY. = OK
...be in the same town as you. = OK
...be a little town called, Spencer. = OK

Translations of "Town"

Q: Bunu İngilizce (ABD) da nasıl dersiniz? ( )( ) ( ) you bypass a down town area to avoid traffic congestion?

I’d like to know what words could be here.
This will be a formal expression as people working in the airport use.
A: "it is recommended for" ,"we advise you" , "The XXXcompany recommends" then add "to" after "you"
these are the few phrases I can think of

- we recommend you to ________
-we advise you to______
-it is recommended for you to ______

I hope this helps
Q: Bunu İngilizce (ABD) da nasıl dersiniz? I can not say that this town is not prosperous.

この街は栄えてるとは言えない
A: This sentence is natural
Q: Bunu İngilizce (ABD) da nasıl dersiniz?
To walk around the town
/and/
To walk about the town
what's differences????
A: No one says ‘to walk about the town’
‘To walk around the town’ is the right way to say it.
Q: Bunu İngilizce (ABD) da nasıl dersiniz? How do you feel "town" and "city" ?????? what difference there are?????
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Bunu İngilizce (ABD) da nasıl dersiniz? She likes to go out of town with her family
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Town"

Q: A criminal drove violently around my town and he bumped his car here and there .In the end he abandoned the car and run away . bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: "A criminal drove around my town and crashed into things all over the place. In the end, he abandoned the car and ran away." (Since you're saying he hit things, you don't really need to use the word "violently" because it is implied)

Also, just so you know, in the US when you hit something in a car and drive away without stopping it's called a "hit and run" :)
Q: This town was famous for a developed iron ore mining in the past. bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: This town was famous for its (highly) developed iron ore mining industry in the past.
Q: This town reminds me of the long-forgotten days on which I lived with her. does this sound natural?
bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: This town reminds me of the long-forgotten days during which I lived with her.
Q: This town is a bit off the beaten track so foreigners are quite thin on the ground. bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: This town is a bit off-the-beaten-track, so it is rare to see foreigners.

OR

This town is a bit off-the-beaten-track, so foreign visitors are rare.
Q: What does "go to town" exactly mean ? I would appreciate it if you could provide some example sentences.
A: I guess it comes from the idea of living in the country side and then going into the town, where there is more to do, faster pace, and places are open later. And, like a party where you can live it up more.

Where someone doesn't hold back and goes about things with gusto.

He really went to town on the other team.
Just go to town when you start at the new company, so that you really show then what you can do.
She really went to town renovating her new place. It looks fantastic.

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